Fónfix Strategic Director Alan Eyre addresses some common smartphone issues in today's informative Q&A.
Q. My touch screen is cracked, but still working. Do I need to replace it?
A. "Once you have any cracks on the screen, or bleeding, then you should get it checked out. With most modern mobile phones the screen is not just the glass on top. It's usually connected to the LED or LCD underneath, so at some point, it's going to start affecting that.